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 (Ho) [hol´me-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 67, atomic weight 164.930. (See Appendix 6.)
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Symbol for holmium.
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Abbreviation for:
Hearing Officer
Hemoccult Lab medicine (US)
heterotopic ossification
high output
high oxygen
history of
Home Office, see there
house officer, see there
hyperbaric oxygen
hypertrophic osteoarthropathy
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Symbol for holmium
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To eliminate unnecessary HOs, which result in link instability, an optimal selection of the most reliable and stable target eNB is required, in addition to having the release point of the serving eNB adaptively adjust to the quickly changing channel conditions.
In LTE HO, the role of TTT is used to avoid the ping-pong effect, which is the phenomena of having too many HOs that result in the communication link becoming unstable.
They rushed the HOS rules, and the Court was wise enough to acknowledge it.